WhoMadeWho announced World Live Tour

It will include a new stage design, new visuals, AI and, of course, new music

WhoMadeWho by-Kristoffer Juhl World Tour
WhoMadeWho by-Kristoffer Juhl World Tour

WhoMadeWho is excited to announce their upcoming and highly anticipated world live tour.

This tour promises to be a groundbreaking and unforgettable experience.

It will have a brand-new mesmerizing stage. It will be created in collaboration with the internationally renowned architecture group BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group).

Cutting-edge visuals created by flora&faunavisions, EyeMix Studio, and Christopher Mulligan will play a central part.

All of the signature sounds that have defined WhoMadeWho as a globally renowned electronic live-act won’t miss.

WhoMadeWho will bring a new cutting-edge live tour thanks to BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), flora&faunavisions, EyeMix Studio, and Christopher Mulligan

The Danish trio has been a driving force in pushing the frontiers of music since their inception. They flawlessly combine Indie, Disco, and Techno into an exhilarating synthesis that consistently leaves audiences in amazement.

The band, which consists of Tomas Hffding, Tomas Barfod, and Jeppe Kjellberg, has a ten-year discography.

Their live performances have earned a reputation for being nothing short of legendary, stretching from Circoloco to Coachella.

Memorable performances have cemented their image as industry trailblazers. One of the many: such as the renowned Cercle presentation at Egypt’s Abu Simbel temple.

WhoMadeWho: 7 studio album and the most eclectic live performances

Their seven studio albums reflect their musical growth, The 2022 release UUUU gained widespread recognition for its fresh and unique sound.

The globe tour will begin in November 2023 and will take them to Paris, Madrid, Berlin, Istanbul, New York City, Los Angeles, Santiago de Chile, and London. Of course, their hometown of Copenhagen won’t be missed, with more cities to be revealed soon. Check out all the dates of the WhoMadeWho world tour.

Hffding, Barfod, and Kjellberg are ecstatic about the impending tour:

We cannot wait to present this new project, which is by far the most ambitious and elaborate we have ever worked on. With the help of several astonishing artists of different fields, we will this year, be able to connect with our fans in a new progressive and immersive way.

The group intended to combine their forward-thinking sounds and visuals with an intriguing new stage setup for the WhoMadeWho world tour. It will create a fresh, new audiovisual experience that further elevates their aptitude for crafting boundary-pushing performances.

WhoMadeWho by-Kristoffer Juhl
WhoMadeWho by-Kristoffer Juhl

The tour architecture is in the hand of Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), the group behind The ORB at The Burning Man

Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), a fellow Danish architecture firm, was engaged to help with this. BIG’s involvement guarantees a concert experience that defies convention. Their works typically intersect with electronic music. They’re the team behind “The ORB,” an 85-foot-diameter inflatable mirrored sphere. It floated over Nevada’s Black Rock Desert during Burning Man.

Our design for WhoMadeWho’s stage draws from our previous ventures into inflatable creations like SKUM and THE ORB,” said Jakob Lange, Partner and Head of BIG Products. “With maximum visual impact, the inflatable sphere serves as a canvas for captivating three-dimensional video projections, elevating the concert experience to a new level.

BIG’s impressive portfolio includes some of the world’s most inventive architectural ideas.

BIG pushes the frontiers of what is possible in architecture. They worked from the Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet in Switzerland to New York’s unusual twisting towers.

Their cutting-edge, sustainable approach, as well as industry collaborations, demonstrate their dedication to holistic and innovative solutions.

The stage will be designed by music titans flora&faunavisions

flora&faunavisions, the imaginative team behind stage designs for music titans, steps in to incorporate such distinct architectural skills into WhoMadeWho’s world tour. “Our collaboration with WhoMadeWho has been an exploration beyond genres, crafting visual systems that respond real-time to the band’s tracks, while simultaneously taking audiences on a deep emotional journey,” they said in a statement.

AI will also be presented during the WhoMadeWho tour thanks to EyeMix Studio

The band hired EyeMix Studio to oversee visuals during WhoMadeWho world tour, rounding out their formidable creative team. The LA-based business, known for its collaborations with famous producers such as Tale of Us’ MRAK, uses the power of AI with other advanced visualization techniques to bring their creativity to life. “To me, WhoMadeWho’s sound captures the electronic essence of Pink Floyd,” said founders Solo Avital and Ariel Vromen. “In today’s live performance landscape, audiences expect visuals as a fundamental part of the experience. We want to use this audio-visual synergy to help artists connect with their fans.